Actor Lee Min Ho heated up Shanghai with his fans at his global tour concert.
On November 25, Star House revealed that Lee Min Ho had successfully completed his Shanghai concert on November 22 at the Mercedes Benz Arena as part of his Reboot Lee Min Ho RE:MINHO global tour with 10,000 fans.
This was his 6th global tour and Shanghai was his last stop for his China leg of this tour.
This Shanghai concert brought in both male and female fans, revealing Lee Min Ho’s overwhelming popularity in China.
During his 2 hour concert, Lee Min Ho prepared songs that had fans crying and singing along as he performed a variety of different styles from soft ballads to fun and energetic songs.
The entire concert felt like a party scene and was a memorable time for both Lee Min Ho and his fans.
He opened up the concert with a soundtrack from the drama, “The Heirs” and had fans go crazy as he also said hello in Chinese.
He continued the concert with his songs, “My Everything”, “Song For You”, “Paradise in Love”, “Stalker”, “Burning Up”, “Travel” and more from his older to his most recent albums.
He also featured a special guest appearance and had rock band Royal Pirates come on stage for a collaboration concert.
During this concert and tour, Lee Min Ho wanted to show his fans his various sides from his soft and emotional personality to his fun and entertaining side.
Fans also revealed special event for Lee Min Ho during this concert as well.
The fans held up posters that read, “You Are The Best” in Chinese, showing their never-ending support and love for the actor.
Lee Min Ho also prepared a special event as well.
This event was conducted through SNS where they chose 4 lucky fans who were the ‘strangest Lee Min Ho fans’ and were given the opportunity to come on stage and meet Lee Min Ho.
Lee Min Ho and the 4 lucky fans played many games on stage including hoola hoop, popping balloons and more and had fans up and out of their seats.
On the other hand, Lee Min Ho’s global tour will come to a close with a finale concert in Seoul next January.